Evening Study Class – RICS Valuation Professional Standards (Commercial, Valuation, Residential, Planning and Development Pathways) Covers the structure of RICS Valuation Professional Standards and how they are used in practice. The various bases of value will be investigated and the way valuers need to report to clients when following the Standards.
Covers how the investment method of valuation works in practice with an emphasis on appraising the use of different types of yield in a range of valuation scenarios. Relevant RICS material will be used in this session.
Covers how the comparative method of valuation works in practice with an emphasis on appraising units of comparison in a range of valuation scenarios. Relevant RICS material will be used in this session.
This training course provides participants with a comprehensive review of company valuation, the main techniques and their inter-relationships. The review covers topics including obtaining raw data for valuation, “cleaning” source numbers, defining and calculating firm value (enterprise vs.
This practical two-day course will deepen your understanding of valuation and will enable you to apply different valuation techniques. By the end of the course, participants will have the tools and techniques to be able to: Determine the value of a company Calculate the enterprise value Derive the equity value and the diluted share price Use the Discounted Cash Flow model Apply multiple based valuation techniques Understand key accounting policy choices and how they impact the story told by the financial statements Appreciate the dangers of off-balance sheet finance Valuation techniques Valuing equity: an overview Enterprise vs.
Brief PowerPoint presentations will be delivered to review the key requirements and objectives of oil and gas industry asset valuation and these will lead swiftly into the practical sessions. Most of the models provided focus on upstream oil and gas assets, but models covering midstream facilities, debt and hedging are also addressed.
This intensive 2 day course will equip you with skills required to effectively evaluate companies and assets. Run by an experienced former City banker the course starts with an overview of different equity valuation methods and explains fundamental framework.
All goods need to be valued correctly for customs purposes whether it is a sale or free of charge movement. The WTO Valuation Agreement lays down specific Rules of valuing goods for customs purposes and it is an important area of international trade compliance.
The course will help delegates to distinguish between tax calculations and such commercial considerations as fair value, recognise poor value practice and negotiate with the share valuation.
Understanding and mastering company valuation is probably the most lucrative skill an entrepreneur can acquire. Whether selling outright or seeking investment, developing a good and credible valuation will yield the business owners far more money per hour of sweat relative to the years actually building up the business.
IFE (INTERNATIONAL FACULTY OF ENERGY)
Next start: Tue 21st Jul
Cost: £2,278.80 per course
FINANCIAL TRAINING ASSOCIATES LTD
Cost: £1,560.00 per course
Cost: £2,154.00 per course
Cost: £1,554.00 per course